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The San Antonio Food Bank says their supplies are at an all-time low, following this summer's heatwave and that they are very much in need of donations. They're asking for nonperishable food and monetary donations. Donate here! Or sign up to volunteer! San Antonio Food Bank
URGENT NEED: Our shelves are at historic lows, with only weeks of nonperishable food left in our inventory. Philanthropist and entrepreneur Harvey E. Najim announced he will match $100,000 for all donations dedicated to Restock The Shelves. Will you help? Double your impact at link in bio to Restock The Shelves. #safoodbank #RestockTheShelves #theneedisgreat #willyouhelp #donate #donatetoday #sanantonio #ourcommunity #FightingHunger #FeedingHope #together
Aretha Franklin's family loved Ariana Grande's tribute performance on "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon" so much, they added Ariana Grande to to the lineup for Aretha's funeral on Friday! CNN
In other Ariana-news, the singer just got a new, really big, tattoo! Check it out! Ariana Grande explained her choice of the Anime character, Chihiro, in her Instagram Story:
"She matures from an easily-scared girl with a child-like personality to match her age to a hard-working, responsible, and brave young girl who has learned to put her fears aside for those she cares for." SEE PHOTOS!! ETOnline.com
Chip Gaines from Fixer Upper has started a contest called "Chipstarter" (inspired by Kickstarter), where he invites people to submit their creative ideas and goals, for the chance to win funding! He came up with the idea while writing his book: Capital Gaines: Smart Things I Learned Doing Stupid Stuff. This is the project's second year. Last year Chip sent a military veteran to photography school, help fund a home where boys in a high-poverty area could go for safe-haven, and got a small baseball bat company certified with Major League Baseball. To submit your idea, create a two minute video to submit between September 4th and September 10th! Submit HERE! Chipstarter
George Garofano, the hacker that broke into the iCloud storage of more than 200 celebrities and leaked personal photos of stars like Jennifer Lawrence and Kate Upton, has been sentenced to 8 months in prison. He will also serve 3 years of supervised released and complete 60 hours of community service. Do you think this is enough of a punishment? ABC